Sacredness

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  • Schematic overview: sacredness

    Schematic overview of stances toward sacredness: religiosity, secularism, kadag.

  • ⚒︎ Religiosity

    Religiosity is the confused, eternalistic view that the sacred and profane can be clearly separated.

  • ⚒︎ Secularism

    Secularism is the stance that sacredness is mere superstition; nothing is sacred.

  • ⚒︎ Kadag

    Kadag: Because nothing is inherently sacred, everything can be sacred.

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